The tradition of good food can be anyone’s inheritance, and anyone’s legacy. There may not be a meal that reflects this more than barbecue. Southern barbecue—cooked low and slow and seasoned with smoke—has roots in both the Old World and the New, from the Caribbean islands to Germany and France. For hundreds of years, immigrants have brought their own ideas about barbecue to the table—and to the pit—and we are the lucky heirs of these great traditions.
We’ll be “Looking Ahead To The Past” as we benefit King’s Kitchen with the help of the team from Noble Food & Pursuits lead by Chef Jim Noble and his culinary team, whose love of Southern barbecue is matched by his reverence for the many traditions that shaped it. Noble Food & Pursuits will bring their celebrated cooking style to the great outdoors, one that features simple and honest food with a huge helping of hospitality.
We’ll be accompanied by their good friend Eric Solomon of European Cellars, who will share a selection of wines that bear their own rich traditions. A barbecue has long been the way to draw a crowd: political rallies, church picnics, neighborhood gatherings, and now, our very own Relish Carolina event.
A portion of the dinner’s proceeds will benefit The Kings Kitchen & Bakery.